Eijaz Khan shares his fitness mantra

He says, “I am fit if I am happy and happy, if I am fit. Fitness is both physical and mental and thus my definition of fitness would be having the capability to enjoy any form of activity that I undertake. Today, as an actor, I need to have the physical stamina for the long hours of work and the mental stamina to sustain myself and give my best in every shot. And if at the end of the day I am exhausted but happy I would consider myself absolutely fit.” On being asked about how does he maintain his fitness he says, “I have been a sportsperson all my life. School meant hockey practise at five in the morning and soccer, basketball or swimming in the evening. Then I discovered BMX free styling which took over my life and in a small way still remains.
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5 Hottest Fitness Trends of 2013 (So Far)

Like 2,500 miles (4023 km) per year. This was back in the days before iPhones, and I used to mount a Garmin eTrex GPS on my handlebars as a bike computer and throw my cell phone into my bike bag. Wahoo Fitness has come up with a brilliant solution for mounting an iPhone 5 on your handlebars for fitness tracking, providing entertainment on the road, and protecting your device from falls and weather. The PROTKT mount for iPhone 5 (US$69.95) is a different solution than the previously-reviewed RFLKT ($129.99) that is a separate display unit that uses your iPhone to do all of the heavy computing.
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Former NFL star has big plans for fitness and healthcare complex in Bordentown

Fulton Bank has opened a branch in the front of the campus and Performance Spine and Sports Medicine has leased the remaining building for its chiropractic care, physical therapy and other services, he said. Next summer, after everything else is operational, Johnson plans to remove the large Agway silos that remain on the campus from when it served as an agricultural depot and create an all-purpose outdoor field in their place suitable for all sports from football to baseball, he said. Once the entire complex is up and running, it will have taken about seven years to get from the planning stage to completing the project. But Johnson said it has been worth the wait: He envisioned all the elements being done together, and did not want to create the campus piece by piece. If we want to make a difference and put our mark on this industry, we have to design it as a master plan, Johnson said. In the years since Johnson began developing the Bordentown site, other fitness and athletic services have moved into the area notably, a Retro Fitness location and a Krav Maga training center, which teaches a special type of mixed martial arts, opened nearby on Route 206.
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Wahoo Fitness PROTKT: Bike mount and protective case in one

If your company isn’t on board yet, there are CrossFit exercises for the rest of us . Hottest Fitness Trends of 2013 (So Far) Soulcycle vs Flywheel vs Kinetic We are living in the renaissance age of spin classes. For upscale spinning, Soulcycle and Flywheel fill the need for (stationary) speed in cities across the country. Soulcycle requires reservations that can only be made on monday, costs around $35 a class, and is one of the most sought-after classes in the country.
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